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OWD debuts tech tool to streamline grant application process

Grant submission process goes digital
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Applying for Grants Made Easier with New Digital Submission Platform

The Mayor's Office of Workforce Development (OWD) is transitioning from a paper-based grant proposal process to a new digital submission and review system. The web-based software, GIFTS Online, is designed to:

  • Make proposal submission quicker and easier for applicants
  • Strengthen information security 
  • Cut the time required to process proposals and announce decisions
  • Enable quicker delivery of funds to vendors

The new technology will be piloted with the WIOA-Youth re-funding Request For Proposals (RFP), scheduled for release on March 1, and used for the Alternative Education Initiative and Community Development Block Grant re-funding RFPs due out later this spring.

While GIFTS Online features an intuitive, easy-to-use interface, OWD will also provide instructions for using the new system with the release of each RFP. These instructions will include simple how-to videos, such as this video on creating a GIFTS Online account once an RFP is released. Finally, OWD staff will be available to help vendors with any technical questions they might have with the new system.

For questions on the upcoming transition, please contact Cassie White at cassondra.white@boston.gov.

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